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Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Survival Guide: is a simple book to teach people how to prepare for many disaster situations. Unexpected situations, like the Russian meteor that exploded in the atmosphere of a force of 20 Hiroshima bombs. The shock wave from the meteor blast blew over one million square feet of glass in Chelyabinsk. 1000 people were injured, mostly from t Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Survival Guide: is a simple book to teach people how to prepare for many disaster situations. Unexpected situations, like the Russian meteor that exploded in the atmosphere of a force of 20 Hiroshima bombs. The shock wave from the meteor blast blew over one million square feet of glass in Chelyabinsk. 1000 people were injured, mostly from the blast of the glass. In this survival book you will learn the most practical ways to prepare for emergencies from blackouts, economic survival, necessities to have on hand, how to obtain water without electricity and how to be ready for survival, for urban preppers and rural areas. Make your bug out bag with the necessary survival items to make your life a lot more comfortable on the run. Bear Grylls and Cody Lundin try to survive with very little. In a real major disaster scenario you will need the best survival items you can find. Family survival guide, home defense from looters, and the benefits of reloading your own ammo: Your guns are worth no more than a paper weight without ammunition. How to cook and preserve food without electricity, hunt an elk or deer to survive, and what do you do with the extra meat after your first meal. In this guide you will learn easy ways to preserve meat, which people have known for thousands of years. It’s time we get back to our roots and away from our lazy technological lifestyle.


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Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Survival Guide: is a simple book to teach people how to prepare for many disaster situations. Unexpected situations, like the Russian meteor that exploded in the atmosphere of a force of 20 Hiroshima bombs. The shock wave from the meteor blast blew over one million square feet of glass in Chelyabinsk. 1000 people were injured, mostly from t Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Survival Guide: is a simple book to teach people how to prepare for many disaster situations. Unexpected situations, like the Russian meteor that exploded in the atmosphere of a force of 20 Hiroshima bombs. The shock wave from the meteor blast blew over one million square feet of glass in Chelyabinsk. 1000 people were injured, mostly from the blast of the glass. In this survival book you will learn the most practical ways to prepare for emergencies from blackouts, economic survival, necessities to have on hand, how to obtain water without electricity and how to be ready for survival, for urban preppers and rural areas. Make your bug out bag with the necessary survival items to make your life a lot more comfortable on the run. Bear Grylls and Cody Lundin try to survive with very little. In a real major disaster scenario you will need the best survival items you can find. Family survival guide, home defense from looters, and the benefits of reloading your own ammo: Your guns are worth no more than a paper weight without ammunition. How to cook and preserve food without electricity, hunt an elk or deer to survive, and what do you do with the extra meat after your first meal. In this guide you will learn easy ways to preserve meat, which people have known for thousands of years. It’s time we get back to our roots and away from our lazy technological lifestyle.

32 review for Disaster Preparedness: Emergency Survival

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    I got this book on my kindle for free awhile back and I never picked it up to read it. Well with the Summer Reading Program going on, I decide I might as well read it. After finding this book on Goodreads I noticed the low rating it had, even though it only had 1 rating. I now had hesitated on reading this, but what the heck, I might as well now. Luckily it was only 55 pages because I don't know how long I would be able to read this. This is a Disaster Preparedness book (as the title says) and I I got this book on my kindle for free awhile back and I never picked it up to read it. Well with the Summer Reading Program going on, I decide I might as well read it. After finding this book on Goodreads I noticed the low rating it had, even though it only had 1 rating. I now had hesitated on reading this, but what the heck, I might as well now. Luckily it was only 55 pages because I don't know how long I would be able to read this. This is a Disaster Preparedness book (as the title says) and I was hoping it would go more into the Survival type mode, but it was more into canned goods, food prepping, money, hunting, ammo, solar power, etc. I was surprised there wasn't a section on water because you can last longer with water than you can food. The only thing in this book that I though was good was the Hurricane, Earthquake, and Tsunami preparedness. Though from what I read, its mainly common sense, though of course, in this world we live in today, some people are a few fries short of a Happy Meal, no offence. I'm glad I got this free rather than (I believe) the .99 cents its charged for on Amazon. 2014-Summer-Reading-Review

  2. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Parrish

    Useful Nothing really new here, but if you're a beginner prepper then this if a good basic source. I personally would have enjoyed more scenario-related information, along with the basic prep stuff.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lore

    There were an abundance of spelling and grammar errors littered through out this book. It was mostly common sense stuff, nothing revelatory unless you've never heard of disaster preparedness. Great for beginners and worth the price of free that I paid for it.

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